Medication “adherence is a crucial part of the journey toward seizure freedom, but for many people with epilepsy, taking their medications on schedule can be very difficult,” said Lucretia Long, APRN-CNP, Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Nancy Jane and her husband have shared the story of his brain surgery for epilepsy with friends, and they have all commented on how cavalier we seem about the whole thing. It is easy to be cavalier when your quality of life is near zero.
Regardless of her epilepsy, Maureen always knew that pregnancy and labor were going to be challenging. Yet she was surprised to find that postpartum care was where she found the least support from medical professionals for her unique needs as a person with epilepsy.